The German tuning firm Carlsson has a long tradition of modifying Mercedes Benz models with everything from wild body kits and two tone paint jobs to more tasteful wheel and tire upgrades. Being that the 2010 E Class coupe is still a brand new model, and most automotive enthusiasts haven’t even had the opportunities to get to know the sporty two door’s aggressively sweeping lines. So the designers at Carlsson have decided to leave the bodywork alone for now and focus on upgrading the new E Class coupe by modifying its stance and fitting it with a pair of new shoes.
The suspension is modified with a set of lowering springs from the German manufacturer and brings the body about and inch closer the ground and eliminates any unsightly wheel gap that would show up between the new rims and the coupe’s already bold fenders. Carlsson is currently offering two different wheel and tire packages designed to work with the 2010 E Class. The first is a rather large 20 inch variant of their two tone split five spoke 1/5 REVO wheels starting at 3969 Euro. For the more conservative consumer Carlsson is also offering a set of 19 inch rollers for the shapely coupe, the brilliantly polished eleven spoke 1/11 Evo Brilliant Edition that will set you back only 2499 Euro.